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  • News - 31 Jan 2012
    Globe Specialty Metals has declared that its ferrosilicon plant facility at Bridgeport, Alabama has reopened for operation, following the renovations after the November fire. Hence, EBITDA for the Q2...
  • News - 5 Apr 2010
    Globe Specialty Metals, Inc. (Nasdaq:GSM) today announced its acquisition of Core Metals Group, LLC, one of North America's largest producers and marketers of high-purity ferrosilicon and other...
  • Article - 21 Aug 2013
    Ferrosilicon is a ferroalloy, meaning an alloy of iron and silicon. Its CAS number is 8049-17-0. The average silicon content varies between 15 and 90 wt%. It contains a high proportion of iron...
  • News - 26 May 2005
    Research and Markets has announced the addition of The Economics of Silicon & Ferrosilicon to their offering. Although the production of silicon metal and ferrosilicon are closely associated,...
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    When you are searching for a jobbing foundry to produce iron castings,think about Fonderie Saguenay's foundry. Fonderie Saguenay's mission is to produce small series or individual castings...
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    Goodfellow supplies metals, ceramics and other materials to meet the research, development and specialist production requirements of science and industry worldwide. The Goodfellow group consists of...
  • Article - 13 Feb 2003
    After carbon, Silicon is the most abundant element on earth, the abundance being 277,000 ppm. Silicon is generally present as a silicate, these being found in many rocks, clays and soils.
  • Article - 14 Oct 2002
    Rimmed steels are similar to killed steels, except that they are only partially deoxidised. The process by which they are made, advantages, disadvantages and steels that are typically rimmed are...
  • Article - 14 Oct 2002
    Dissolved oxygen in molten steel can react with carbon to form carbon monoxide bubbles. This can be prevented by adding deoxidising agents. Completely deoxidised steels are called killed steels. The...
  • Article - 4 Sep 2001
    Ductile irons belongs to the cast iron family. As the name suggests they are more ductile than most cast irons and have similar properties to grey irons i.e. good hardness, wear and corrosion...